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Meet the friendly staff at Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital!

  • Dustin Page

    Dustin was born and raised in Colchester, Vermont. He received a Bachelors of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University and attended veterinary school at the University of Tennessee where he received his DVM degree. He has a mixed breed dog named Max, and a cat named Meatloaf. In his spare time he enjoys boating, fishing, snowboarding, and hockey.

  • Debra Wolf

    Dr.Wolf grew up on Long Island, NY and attended undergraduate school at SUNY Geneseo in upstate New York. She worked as a marine mammal biologist in Charleston, SC for two years before attending veterinary school at the University of Georgia. She enjoys spending time with her husband and 7-year-oldter. She has 2 labradors, a cat, and enjoys playing outdoors in all that Vermont has to offer.

  • Sara Wohlhueter

    Dr. Wohlhueter is originally from Colorado and has lived in many places across U.S. She completed her undergraduate schooling at Middle Tennessee State University receiving a B.S. in Animal Science. She attended veterinary school at the University of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Center where she and husband, Dustin Page, were in the same veterinary class. She especially enjoys internal medicine cases and seeing exotic pets. Sara is obsessed with their four-legged family members Meatloaf and Max. With her downtime, she plays soccer, skis, and enjoys running and hiking.

  • Kathy C.

    Kathy was born and raised in Colchester, Vermont. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelors of Science degree in Animal Science. Kathy began working at Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital in June of 1999. She has three pugs and a cat. In her spare time, she enjoys ballroom dancing and crafting.

  • Samantha Rand

    Samantha grew up in Connecticut where she started volunteering and working for her local veterinarian. She came to the Green Mountain state to attend the University of Vermont where she earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Animal Science. She received her Master's of Business Administration with a certificate in Advanced Management, from Champlain College in 2017. Samantha began working at Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital in 2008. She has a mixed breed dog named Shelby and a labrador named Oslo. She enjoys outdoor activities, cooking, and gardening.

  • Cassie F.

    Cassie was born and raised in Georgia, VT, and is currently working to complete her Bachelor's Degree in Business Management from Vermont Technical College. She began working for Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital in May 2015. She is the devoted owner of a Quarter Horse named Jägermeister, a yellow lab named Juno, and two kitties: Sweet Pea and Hael. When she isn't outside with her horse and/or her dog, she enjoys traveling, reading, and making art.

  • Lexie O.

    Lexie is a Vermont Native who joined Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital in November 2015. She received a degree in Middle Level Education from the University of Vermont, but her mindset quickly evolved from helping people to helping four-legged friends. She worked at the local humane society where she first discovered her love for animal science. She is the proud owner to a rescue dog, Shelby, who stole her heart in Puerto Rico. In her free time, Lexie enjoys hiking with her pup, cooking and traveling.

  • Nicole L.

    Nicole joined Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital in December 2016. She was born and raised in Burlington, VT. She is currently attending Vermont Technical College for Veterinary Technology and will be graduating in May 2017. Nicole has a dog of her own, Daisy, a Powderpuff Chines Crested. Outside of work she enjoys spending time on the lake with her friends and family.

  • Sawyer R.

    Coming Soon...

  • Mollie H.

    Mollie was born and raised in the city of Boston, not being much of a city person, Vermont was a more natural setting for her. Mollie will be receiving her bachelors of science degree in Animal Science, from the University of Vermont, with a concentration in Equine Science. She currently has a Holland lop rabbit named Ham. Mollie enjoys horseback riding, and road trips with no destination.

MBVH would like to welcome Dr. Katie Gazo, DVM, cVMA to our hospital. Dr. Gazo graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2017.

Dr.Gazo started her career at MBVH as a veterinary assistant back in 2009. We are happy to have her working with us again.

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